ITV confirms tomorrow's TV schedule as string of beloved daytime shows axed in ANOTHER shake-up | The Sun

ITV HAS confirmed tomorrow's TV schedule as a string of beloved daytime shows are axed in ANOTHER shake-up.

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday, all of the main broadcasters have amended their daily running orders.

On Tuesday, September 13, Good Morning Britain, Lorraine and This Morning will all run in their usual time slots.

However, This Morning will end at 12pm and Loose Women has been axed from its 12.30pm slot.

In its place, an ITV News special, The King's Tour – Northern Ireland will air before the usual news bulletin at 1.30pm.

The extended news coverage means Dickinson's Real Deal has been axed from its 2pm slot, as have the usual afternoon's roster of quiz shows.

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That means Tenable, Tipping Point and The Chase are all off air on Tuesday.

While Emmerdale is returning and will air for an hour, it is a different episode to what was originally scheduled due to previous ones being unable to air since The Queen's death.

The long-awaited return of Vera has also been delayed, with Emmerdale taking its 8-9pm slot.

At 9pm, another new programme, Charles: The Monarch and the Man will air until ITV News at Ten, which will then be followed by Our Queen: The People's Stories.

Late night shows to be axed include The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe, The Real Story and Heathrow: Britain's Busiest Airport.

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